Spain is the right place for a true wine-lover. 13% of the world’s vineyards are located on the Spanish soil. We couldn’t think of a better thing to do than visiting a few bodegas in Spain, when you have the chance.
Our favorite bodegas in Spain
We made a small selection of our favorite bodegas in Spain, which you should definitely visit if you have the chance.
You can find the fields of Freixenet , one of the world’s most famous cava producer, about 45 minutes south of Barcelona in Sant Sadruni d’Anoia. As a visitor you will be able to discover the cava production process, from the oldest part of the cellars to the newest, by train! The tour includes a tasting of the cavas and an amazing view.
Bodegas Álvaro Domecq
Bodegas Álvaro Domecq is located in the Spanish municipality of Jerez de la Frontera. The owner, Don Álvaro Domecq Romero decided follow in his ancestor’s footsteps and began to commercialize his wines. Bodegas Álvaro Domecq offers various tours in which the guide you through the wine cellars, give you information about the history of the company and show you where and how they produce the sherries, brandies and vinegars. In the end of the tour you’ll be given the chance to taste some of the wines.
Located in the most famous wine region of Spain, La Rioja, is Bodegas Riojanas. Bodegas Riojanas is also a family business and they have successfully been producing wine since 1890. The production process will be explained in detail during the tour and there is an opportunity to taste the delicious wines.
Viña & Bodega Remsamen
Last but not least, Bodegas Riojanas. This bodega is located in the mountains of Marbella, about 15 kilometres from the Mediterranean Sea. It’s only possible to get a tour by appointment, but it’s definitely worth it. The tour guide will tell you all the ins- and outs about the production process, while she leads you through the vineyards. The tour ends with a tasting of several wines and some snacks.